The future sure is yellow in the last of Takashi Miike’s DoA trilogy.
A young woman is thrown into a nightmarish fantasy in Shinya Tsukamoto’s sort-of erotic thriller.
It’s better than a lot of Miike’s similar gangster films, but that doesn’t mean Deadly Outlaw: Rekka is more exciting
Some good scares are not enough to save a confusing, repetitive story
Well, that was weird.
It’s one of my all-time favourite films but let’s try to look at this seminal crime thriller objectively
Danny and Oxide Pang respect the genre and take it just seriously enough to make a highly effective horror.
Suspense and suspension of disbelief come together for this exciting if somewhat rote crime thriller.